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I understand that you are disappointed because you are experiencing issues with your new Intel® Core™ i5-3570K Processor and the Intel(R) Desktop Board DH67BL when running a stress test.
I'm sorry to hear that you are disappointed about this, I can confirm to you that Intel(R) is making a big effort to make older motherboards fully compatible with the newer processors, some configurations may still have some glitches that need to be addressed on the run.
I appreciate your honest feedback and I will make sure that it reaches the proper department.
To anyone else that is having similar problems remember to post your full system configuration so that we can look in to the problem.
Thanks for responding. I appreciate that you have forwarded my information to the proper department.
Intel needs to improve it's motherboard reputation with "power users." After all, most of us make recommendations to family and friends about computer products. But, I understand that Intel must be careful not to upset it's business partners (Asus, Gigabyte, Asrock, etc...). That said, I think a quote from Steve Jobs captures my feeling:
"You make some of the best products in the world — but you also make a lot of crap. Get rid of the crappy stuff." to Nike
—As said to Mark Parker, The Innovation Secrets of Steve Jobs
Intel is too good to make second-rate products; it's also too good to make first-rate products but support them as second-rate. Either go first-rate all the way or get out of the game.